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atrapada. (keith johnson) la persona que avisó dijo que la vio flotando en una calle lateral, luego, la corriente principal la arrastró violentamente hasta una barrera de protección, en ese momento, el agua estaba probablemente justo debajo de las ventanas de su vehículo y ella no podía salir . (narrador) el capitán johnson y los otros bomberos entran en acción, el tiempo es fundamental. (keith johnson) sabemos que en este tipo de rescate, cada segundo es importante y esta vez era demasiado importante, porque había muy, muy poco tiempo. [hombre por radioteléfono] tenemos una automovilista atrapada, repito, atrapada! (narrador) afortunadamente la estación de bomberos se encuentra a unos 100etros de la mujer atrapada. [hombre por radioteléfono] la profundidad del agua es bastante considerable, necesitamos mucha ayuda. (keith johnson) cuando llegamos al lugar, luego de uno o dos minutos, el agua estaba mucho más arriba del techo del auto, cuando llegué, lo único que se veía era una cabeza, no sabíamos lo que encontraríamos, el auto estaba totalmente sumergido, el agua estab
realizado algunos cambios. >> que se las quiten quienes no respetan, es como las drogas, igual están en las calles. >> Él dice que está a favor de un mayor control. >> deben prohibir cierto tipo de armas. >> acá se redobló la vigilancia para evitar actos de violencia. >> ricardo nos dijo que este es un momento de aprendizaje. >> es para decirlo lo bueno y lo malo que hay acá. >> el evento termina hoy. >> ahora vamos a su bolsillo, la próxima vez que pase su tarjeta podría estar ahorrando dinero si elige débito que en vez de crédito, esto según acuerdos suscritos entre visa, mastercard y varios bancos del país, los consumidores pagarán entre un 3 a 5% más. >> las personas que manejan hasta su trabajo, están más propensos a sufrir sobrepeso, de las que se van en bicicleta. >> en estados unidos, esa cifra asciende a 86%. >> vamos con lo mejor de la jornada en los deportes. >> gracias y hoy es una de las jornadas que no se olvidan fácilmente, sobre todo para lionel messi y cristiano ronaldo, pues lío messi anotó cuatro goles, vamos con los detalles del fútbol mexicano. >>
esperÓ. >> lo mÁs bonito ha sido las personas en la calle que me han reconocido y me contandome de cuanto le gusta el poema. >> mÁs cuando nadie estaba supuesto escuchar el poema, practicarlo en su hogar en el estadio de maine dice que tomarÍa muchisima imaginaciÓn. >> mi sobrino tuvieron de visita e hicieron un mufrn cÓdimuÑeco como la lectura iba a ser, afuera en el frÍo, practicar leyendo el poema el muÑeco de nieve (risas) y le encantÓ. >> el muÑeco de nieve como los millones que lo escucharon posiblemente derretidos por su poema titulado un hombre. >> manos tan gastadas como las de mi padre cortando caÑa de azÚcar >> un homenaje a inmigrantes y sus padres, lo que nunca esperÓ es conmoverse por estas palabras del presidente obama. >> nuestro camino no se ha terminado hasta que nuestros hermanos y hermanas gays-homosexuales sean tratados igual. >> en ese momento me di cuenta en lo cual yo estaba ahÍ representando algo mÁs importante hasta de lo que pensaba. >> blanco regresarÁ a maine e inspirado por las palabras del presidente obama y un dÍa en que estados unidos fue l
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y es agredido por malhechores. se lanzan a la calle para protestar por lideres religiosos que encubrieron a lideres religiosos. le diremos cÓmo superar momentos difÍciles, desde la muerte de un ser querido hasta la perdida del trabajo. hay gran revuelo en el hospital donde estÁ internada shakira. esto y mÁs ahora mismo en "primer impacto." >>> una mujer se desmaya y termina en el momento que un tren se aproxima a la estaciÓn de metro, otros corren en su ayuda tras la caÍda. >>> bienvenidos a "primer impacto." les saluda bÁrbara bermudo. mÁs adelante veran estas imÁgenes de un rescate de impacto. antes vamos con una balacera en un centro de estudios en texas. vamos en vivo con ricardo que tiene los detalles de esta nueva tragedia. >>> buenas tardes. y no habÍan pasado 24 horas desde que obama diera su discurso de ponerle fin a la violencia con nuestros hijos, y se realiza en un centro de educaciÓn superior donde cundio el pÁnico. >>> caos y terror, eso era lo que mostraron las imÁgenes en el campus. habÍa padres desconsolados buscando a sus hijos. como esta seÑor
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for a boycott and the director of an l.a. civil rights organization is calling on the toy company to stop selling these do toys. they say it is a slap in the face of our ancestors. they go on to say, we feel it terrorism lieses the horrors of slavery. i think we have a clip of the film. >> sorry, that was from my perm collection. have i a website devoted to that the. i don't know why. the doctor has been telling me to stop. hair rirks i go to you -- harris, i go to you for no particular reason. what is your take? are these action figures or are they something more? >> every film gets a cult following. this film is very popular. it has these action figures. unless these characters have something i don't know. have they been taken from the past to the future. this is how they market every film. they have done movies like this. if you turn on a new generation to history what is the problem with that? >> is this history. jay the sla- >> the slavery topic is real. >> like i was saying saying it wasn't? i stopped bringing those years ago. liz, there is a huge market apparently for a collectible
's this new thing in l.a. called swatting, and it's where people call 911 and claim that there's an emergency in a celebrity's house, and then the lapd freaks out and sends a swat team and helicopters over to that celebrity's house. it happened with the kardashians last week, and then it happened to chris brown yesterday. they said there was a domestic disturbance over there. it wasn't true. they -- >> those people should be arrested stwloosh absolutely. they should be arrested. >> andy, thank you for coming to see us. >> thank you for having me. >> a little bit buzzed. >> no, i'm not. >> leftovers. >> that's my morning attitude. >> while we're talking about celebrities, guess who is here, luke perry is with us. >> he is going to talk about his new movie after this. >> quite honored. >> just doesn't want to be here. there he is. >> oh. a story behind the silver of philadelphia cream cheese. it always begins with fresh, local milk, blended with real wholesome cream. going fresh from the farm, to our fridge, in just six days. because we believe in fresh taste. that's the way we set the standard
president obama's speech in las vegas today calling for a sweeping change on immigration. they told him not to announce his own legislation. bipartisan talks on the issue have been that sensitive. "the washington post" says the president does have a plan and that it's more liberal than the bipartisan effort in the senate including a path to faster citizenship for illegal immigrants. yesterday a team of eight senators, four from each party, unveiled their first step toward immigration overhaul. conservatives aren't happy with it, rejecting it as a form of amnesty. as for why lawmakers are tackling the issue now -- >> elections. elections. the republican party is losing the support of our hispanic citizens, and we realize that there are many issues in which we think we are in agreement with our hispanic citizens, but this is a pre-eminent issue. >> house lawmakers are said to be work on a by par san plan of their own, but they're said to not be as far along as they are in the senate. >>> meanwhile brazilian police have made more arrests. two of the men arrested on monday are owners of the
. terrell brown is tracking the storms. the 911 calls in texas. what's the threat? the flu. dr. jon lapook on the outbreak. what some women who own firearms think of the new push for gun control. >> are you ready? >> yes. >> axelrod: nancy cordes takes a look. and class act. >> i felt that way when i was in afghanistan. you know, we looked at each other as brothers. >> axelrod: moving veterans from the battlefield to the classroom. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. we're still a week away from groundhog day tonight, but in much of the country, people don't need any help figuring out winter will be with them a while longer. they can feel on their frozen faces. again tonight, temperatures are dropping below normal across much of the country. and terrell browb reports there's more snow and ice to come. >> reporter: at this volunteer tent on new york's staten island, donna graziano is helping super storm sandy victims bablgths snow and bitter cold. >> these people are living on their second floors, have no first floor vno
. >>> many in washington are still reacting to president obama's immigration speech in las vegas yesterday where he said now is the time to fix what he called a broken system. republicans are only willing so far to compromise on the issue. nbc's tracie potts joins us live. >> reporter: hi, mara. good morning. now on capitol hill begins the process what could be a tedious process of sorting out what is is different for the president's proposal after the speech yesterday and also with the bipartisan group of lawmakers, democrats and republicans came up with the broad principles here appear to be the same. beefing up the borders and the pass to citizenship for the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in this country. but neither plan has full details at this point. and it raises a lot of questions, for example, how long will this immigration process take? lawmakers want to make sure border security happens first. the president did not mention that. so that could make a difference in how long it actually takes to get this path to citizenship under way. the other big issue, same-sex immigran
as it becomes available. >>> many are still reacting to president obama's immigration policy speech in las vegas yesterday where he stated that now is the time to fix what he called a broken system. republican lawmakers are warning there's only so farther willing to compromise on the issue. tracie potts is live in washington with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. at this point moving forward, both sides need to reconcile these plans, the president's and the ones lawmakers pitched. while the goals seem to be the same, what we're not clear on at this point are the the details. >> now is the time. >> reporter: starting today lawmakers begin to sort out differences between their immigration plan and president obama's like how long will it take for people liveing here illegal to become citizens. >> some people have been here for 20 or 30 years in limbo. >> it won't be a quick process. >> reporter: five years is enough but lawmakers want to make sure the borders are secure first. that could take longer. >> if this becomes a bidding war to see who comes up with with the easiest, quickest p
. caller: hi. thank you for taking my call. i want to say that you're from an organization called la raza, which means "the race." i think you're more representing the hispanic population than any other group out there. in connecticut, i see more hispanic people working retail jobs. i have been out of work since january. they are taking jobs that i cannot do. for instance, landscaping. i live in a townhouse. i treat them nice. it is not fair to let other people have jobs than other people that have been here longer. host: response to that and tell us about la raza. guest: the hispanic community in the united states -- people have come to see hispanics as being immigrants and being undocumented. over 70% of latinos are united states citizens -- 75%. this kind of misconception or somebody sees somebody of hispanic origin in a job and people make the assumption that michael was making in his statement. we have people that just got here and are taking our jobs. 75% have been here since before the birth of the country and have all kinds of immigration experience. i hope that when we talk about
to terrorists, it does not extend to criminals, and it does not extend to the mentally ill. >> while wayne lapierre struck a posture less combative than previous press conferences, his views remain questionable, calling for an immediate blanket of security at schools, lapierre dismissed universal background checks, saying criminals would never submit to them. chairman leahy pressed lapierre on background checks and whether and how the nra head had changed his mind on closing gun show loopholes. >> should we have mandatory background checks at gun shows for sales of weapons? >> if you're a dealer, that's already a law. >> that's not my question, please, mr. lapierre, i'm not trying to play games here, but if you could, it would help, just answer my question. >> senator, i do not believe the way the law is working now, unfortunately, that it does any good to extend the law to private sales between hobbyists and collectors. >> so, you do not support mandatory background checks at all in instances at gun shows? >> we do not, because the fact is, the law right now is a failure the way it's working
the international community can achieve. >> reporter: president bowl called the limited operation anybody la a recipe for the future. >> not a single u.s. troop was on the ground. >> reporter: but that light footprint left room for others to step in. zawahiri dispatched a top lieutenant to libya, ordering him to build up al qaeda's network there. mokhtar belmokhtar traveled to libya a little more than a year ago. >> he met with the commandant of one of these camps in southern libya during this time. >> reporter: but algeria may only be the latest link in a chain that leads back to libya. in nearby mali, the u.s. is now aiding france's fight to smash al qaeda. but militants are armed to the teeth and fighting back against french troops. >> mali is the first victim of libya because of the weapon caches that were raided and just about the inability for anyone to stop weapons flying all over. >> reporter: defense secretary leon panetta issued a warning to those running training camps. >> terrorists should be on notice. that they will find no sanctuary, no refuge, not in algeria, not in north afr
called the shift a serious mistake. rob? sunny? >> tahman bradley, in washington. thanks, tahman. >>> and president obama travels to las vegas today to sell his ideas for immigration reform. yesterday, top lawmakers from both parties pledged to get a wide-ranging perform bill through the senate by summer. included in that bill would be a provision to grant legal status to more than 10 million illegal immigrants in this country. senator john mccain concedes it's a critical issue for republicans as support for the party among hispanics has dropped dramatically. >>> protesters in egypt are defying the government-ordered nighttime curfew and state of emergency. young people battled with police near two, major hotels. abc's lama hasan has just arrived in cairo. >> reporter: it is even when we were driving in from the airport, we saw the remnants of the battle that had been taking place between the protesters and the police force for five-consecutive days. and as soon as we get closer to tahrir square, which is the birthplace of the revolution two years ago, one of the bridges leading
advice. who do i call? hey, lara spencer. >> are you ready. >> she's in las vegas shooting an abc/"20/20" special and was head judge for the contest last year. >> we don't have a lot of time. you have a lot to learn. >> reporter: first off, a sneak peek at rehe isles. the contestants are hard at work. i can do this. i wican do this. then lara's off. i'm on my own. this is vegas. it can't be all work. it has to be a little fun. fellow judge, "dancing with the stars" pro cheryl burke and i get to work. >> hopefully, we can go backstage and meet everybody. >> maybe they'll let us play. ka is the spectacular cirque du soleil show. it looks terrifying. death-defying. of course, i had to try it. >> you're in great hands. >> okay, good. >> it's the coolest ing ever. but i'm more nervous than anything i have done. there's more to vegas than going the theater. where are we going now? >> the bellagio. >> reporter: an eight-acre fountain. 22 million gallons of water are launched in a display of up to 30 different songs. wonder how the vongs pick snd you have to take a secret passage way up this
>>> president obama says now is the time to reform an immigration system he calls out of date and badly broken. speaking at a hispanic high school in las vegas, he pushed a senate plan for a path to citizen for millions of illegal immigrants. the president said he is hopeful, acknowledging there will be fierce debate. >> for the first time in many years, republicans and democrats seem ready to tackle this problem together. but this moment, it looks like there's a genuine desire to get this done soon. and that's very encouraging. >> the senate proposal would grant temporary legal status to applicants who pass a background check, pay fines and back taxes and learn english. after that, they could apply for citizenship. the bill could come up for a vote as early as this summer. >>> a soldier who lost all four limbs in a roadside bombing in iraq now has two new arms. the 13-hour surgery at johns hopkins hospital in baltimore which attached arms from a deceased donor was extremely complicated. doctors connected bones, blood vessels, muscles, tendons, nerves
classic. >> exactly. some people do lamb but you do beef. >> shepherd's pie, obviously, la lamb, shepherd in the field. it was originally called cottage pie. we're going to do it with beef today. it's very versatile. today we'll use a little beef chuck to start with here. we're searing it in a pan, almost making like a stew. throw those in there. we'll get it started. get all those veggies in there. we'll cook that down just like a stew. onions, carrots, what else? >> celery, little bit of garlic, red wine in there. >> we say a little. >> yeah, but throw it all in. >> that's what i thought. >> how long does this part of the process last? >> about an hour and a half to cook down. cover it, throw it in the oven. it's simple once you've grouned your beef. >> smells very good. >> you have your braised beef, all your vegetables are cooked down. you kind of tear that apart. nice, tender beef like that. >> falls off. now you're okay with using frozen corn and peas? >> there's not a lot of great stuff out there this time of year, root vegetables, stuff like this. but for a little color and ode to
. ♪ and it's beautiful the consumer electronics show in las vegas is about the latest for consumers, but it's also where small companies can make a big splash. that's happening with a small utah company called hzo. marc saltzman, a tech contributor from usa today, joins us. mark, i have to ask you, you showed us yesterday about this technology, a thin coating that protects electronics from water being applied to a sony phone. is sony's agreement with hzo exclusive so far as you know? > > so far as i know it is not hzo's technology that sony is using, it's their own proprietary way of protecting the circuitry, and they have got tempered glass on both the front and the back of their android z - their xperia z smart phone is what you're referring to - and it does allow you to submerge it in water for up to 30 minutes, and that is good news for people who have accidently dropped their phone in a toilet or the sink. but hzo is a separate company altogether that i believe is inking deals with various smartphone manufacturers, and that does apply a thin coating to the internal circuitry of smart p
. and where a call for action can now be heard coming from all across america. now's the time. >> welcome back to "hardball." that was president obama in las vegas yesterday where he laid out his vision for immigration reform. the president's approach is very similar to what a bipartisan group of eight senators called for earlier this week. now the question is can something get done? will republicans in the house be willing to vote yes on a bill that includes a pathway to citizenship for millions of immigrants who are in this country illegally? that could be a hard sell. many republicans say president obama is all too happy to let the issue fester and watch as their party continues to struggle with hispanic voters. however, politico's mike allen says that doesn't pass the political smell test. quote kwb this is one of the few political mysteries that has an unambiguously correct answer. top demes tell us if president obama is going to have a big legacy accomplishment this term, it has to be immigration. so he's making an historic test of whether the campaign machinery can translate to governin
, or call 855-878-4biz. >>> developing now, president obama about to arrive in las vegas where he's expected to embrace the senate's bipartisan principles on immigration reform. the president will head to high school right outside the city described as a large latino population at the school. the president is scheduled to speak in about half an hour. we'll bring you the remarks. meantime, nbc news first read team notes that this is an important test for senator rubio. he spent several days selling comprehensive immigration to conservatives and it may be a tough one. here's more of what senator rubio had to say within the past hour with rush limbaugh. >> so i know this is a tough issue. i do. i know why people are uncomfortable about it. it doesn't feel right in some instances to allow people undocumented and to stay here and this is a tough issue to work through. i know the president takes us in a direction i would not be comfortable with and i'm trying to do the best i can with what's already a tough situation. >> joining me now, nbc news senior political editor mark murray. mark, you and y
insurance plans endorsed by aarp. don't wait. call now. >>> all right. it's time for "pop news." our entertainment reporter and host of "on the red carpet" rachel smith, is in l.a. this morning. hello. >> good morning, guys. nice to chat with you. we have a bit of everything popping this morning. for starters, forget what you think you know about kristen stewart. the "twilight" star called herself, a sensitive, normal girl. stewart is promoting her new movie, "on the road." and said she would do any part just to be in the movie. and she told the mag, it's not about being fearless. but embracing the fears. stewart says she's open to anything, including broadway. >>> tv could soon have a new odd couple. kelsey grammer and martin lawrence are reportedly considering pairing up in a sitcom. it may have an "odd couple" feel. this would be a return to sitcom roots. grammer played dr. frazier crane for 20 years. martin at his sitcom, "martin," for phi years. and interestingly, both played radio hosts. >>> and "modern family" is a modern tv classic. but the cast is paying tribute to some of t
birthday makes me happy. i am filling in for bill press today. let's take some calls. let's do it. what do you think, peter. >> let's do it. let's talk to anthony from las vegas. hey, hanthon e how are you? >> thanks for taking my call. >> you are welcome. >> i appreciate it. well, i guess what i wanted to talk about was off of the standpoint of the reasons why our society should have assault rifles. it's a striplingic thing. i don't want to speak lightly of the events that have happened but i wanted to ask you guys: have you ever heard of operation northwoods? >> i have not. >> it was discussed by the government, the joint chiefs of staff during the kennedy administration. it was a plan to actually use cia opinion operatives to use falsified attacks in miami and washington where, i don't know, i would assume attacks on civil civilian targets and blame it on the cast row communeadministration and use it as a pretext. >> so anthony, what's the crux of the argument here? >> the crux is that if our government at one point would discuss some kind of attack
in another brawl with frank ocean, tmz saying that police were called to the scene in l.a. where brown had a run-in with ocean's people. but tmz said there were no arrests. >> sounds like trouble. >>> the confusing play at the nfl pro bowl yesterday. this is center jeff saturday, he lined up on the wrong team for one play. but this was for sentimental reasons. jeff saturday was allowed to break the rules to share one final moment with longtime quarterback peyton manning. see manning got to stare at manning's behind for 13 seasons. saturday is retiring. they got to share one more quiet moment together. >> and the rest of world. >>> early start continues right now. >>> 233. that's where the death toll now stands in the brazil nightclub fire. >>> plus a sloppy commute expected for millions of people this morning. we'll have a live report straight ahead. . >>> i think hillary clinton will go down as one of the finest secretaries of state we had. >> one heck of a moment between the president and the secretary of state. but why all of the love. >> such good friends. >> very good friends. what a
americans. >> that's positive. let's look at what he had to say. he came out for what he calls comprehensive immigration reform. it was at a speech in las vegas. he said the bipartisan plan put forward by eight senators was in line with the principles he's for which is very interesting. bipartisan approach. let's listen. here he is. >> but the principles are pretty straightforward. first, i believe we need to stay focused on enforcement. that means continuing to strengthen security at our borders. it means cracking down more forcefully on businesses that knowingly hire undocumented workers. we need to implement a national system that allows businesses to quickly and accurately verify someone's employment status. second, we have to deal with the 11 million individuals who are here illegally. we all agree that these men and women should have to earn their way to citizenship. but for comprehensive immigration reform to work, it must be clear from the outset that there is a pathway to citizenship. >> okay. your strength is in politics. went to a largely hispanic high school in las vegas -- >> yo
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